Decatur Boys Off to Fast 2-0 Start

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s deep and talented boys’ varsity soccer team got their season off to a fast start with two big wins on the road including a 4-0 victory over always-tough Mardela on Monday. The Seahawks return 14 seniors to a team that went through some growing pains last year and finished with a modest… Read more »

Seahawks Competitive In Another Close Loss

This week’s Atlantic Physical Therapy “Tough Guy of the Week” award went to Jakeem Jordan for his outstanding play in a 30-23 loss to Wicomico in the home opener for Decatur last Friday. Pictured above is Jordan (center) flanked by Coach Stan Griffin (left) and ATP President and CEO Bob Hammond (right).

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BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity football team lost another close one last weekend, falling to visiting Wicomico in the home opener, 30-23, to fall to 0-2. Despite the transfer of some key players to Baltimore area schools during the offseason and long-time head coach Bob Knox taking a leave of absence this season, the Seahawks have… Read more »

Worcester Girls Cruise In Opener, 7-0

Worcester’s Melissa Laws drives into the Gunston defense during the second half of the season opener on Wednesday. The Mallards beat the Herons 7-0.

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BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s girls’ varsity soccer team started its 2016 season with a bang this week, routing visiting Gunston, 7-0, in the season opener. The Mallards led 2-0 after a fairly tight first half, but blew it open early in the second. Madison Bescak scored on a shot from the perimeter just 40 seconds into… Read more »

Decatur Golfers Remain Unbeaten At 3-0

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity golf team remained unbeaten on the young season, sweeping two matches this week to improve to 3-0. Last Thursday, the Seahawks won their second Bayside Conference match of the season at the Bay Club in Berlin, shooting a team-low 157. Bennett was third with a team score of 161, while Parkside… Read more »

Annual Spot Tournament Set For Sunday

The Ocean City Fishing Center on Sunday will hosts its 15th Annual 9/11 Spot Tournament, commemorating the September 11, 2001 terror attacks. Pictured above is a scene from last year’s event. 

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OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Fishing Center on Sunday will host its 15th Annual Ocean City Spot Tournament, an event held each year to remember the September 11 terrorists attacks. On that fateful September 11, 2001, the mood was grim all over the country including Ocean City as the nation watched the horrific images coming… Read more »

Seahawk Rally Falls Short In 20-14 Loss

The first “Tough Guy of the Week” award went to Decatur’s Eddie Zonnak, who scored a late touchdown in the Seahawks’ comeback attempt in a 20-14 loss to Bohemia Manor last Friday. Pictured above is Zonnak (center) flanked by Coach Stan Griffin (left) and Atlantic Physical Therapy President and CEO Bob Hammond (right).

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BERLIN- A valiant fourth-quarter comeback attempt fell just a little short as Stephen Decatur’s varsity football team dropped its season opener, 20-14, to Bohemia Manor last Friday. Decatur opened it 2016 campaign with a non-conference road game against Bohemia Manor in Cecil County last Friday and made a late charge against the Eagles after falling… Read more »

Storm Threats Scrub 58th Labor Day Tourney

OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Marlin Club this week wasted no time canceling the 58th Annual Labor Day White Marlin Tournament with the threat of tropical storms all weekend creating rough seas inshore and off along with high winds. Ocean City Marlin Club officials announced around mid-day on Wednesday the 58th Annual Labor Day White… Read more »